$2B Antitrust Case Survives Expert Challenges - Key Learnings

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When a federal judge issues an opinion chocked full of expert witness challenges and rulings in a massive class action alleging over $2 billion in overcharges, we make it our business to listen.

Our focus this week: An opinion issued May 1 in the case In Re: Titanium Dioxide Antitrust Litigation, a class action suit involving allegations of price-fixing and conspiracy under the Sherman Act. At issue in the underlying dispute is whether defendant companies conspired to fix and raise the price of a chemical powder known as titanium dioxide, resulting in plaintiffs allegedly paying artificially inflated prices since 2003.

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